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developments there also jerry brown and the chances of him passing his tax plan here the state of california talking about that with san francisco stake. >>> also this morning we do have a violent instances overnight to tell you about. >>> gun fire between police officer and a suspect in oakland. >>> it happened around midnight near 92nd avenue police said the suspect fired first at them and then they shot an officer who then fired back. both taken to hospital it officer is in stable condition right now unexpected to live but no official word on the status of the suspect. all if your guests in san jose last night during the fifth of may celebrations to happen that the intersection of santa clara and fourth street. police said one person down the street and another against the wall part of a heavy police presence throughout downtown in an effort to prevent a repeat of last year's violence and vandalism the main celebration last night basically about people cruising up and down santa clara street in cars that are appearing to the mexican flag just after 8:00 p.m. police moved into the stree
of students and the slogan reads and keeping our black and brown boys in mind. uruguay's rubber plows explain some teachers one that theyre removed. >>> almost every school has ribbons are trophies on display of the baldwin school here and says they have something much more on display the pictures as he mentions a i-hop only a black and latino boy is well below " elk grove school district tells me is a plan to close the achievement gap but others tell cbs five when you're about to see is a racist. american and latino boys surrounded by this slogan. keeping our black and brown boys in mind. >>> they could use more appropriate wording. or i've seen some kind of racism. using this is racist? >>> yes. >>> of impulsive nature is in the room at the start of the school year been told the principal who is african- american and seven years after the pictures of go up but she drove off tonight with him yet cbs denied asylum i half, prof. development. compared to white and asian boyz it teaches that all 19 campuses in the district were asked to aideed black and latino boys to boost them from basic t
people today neda demonstrators clashed with officers. karen brown reports world leaders are making progress on an exit strategy from afghanistan >>> a line of officers tried to move protesters back as they clashed at the end of an anti- war mad march at the nato summit. police arrested and handcuffed people. the demonstrators marched through the streets of chicago sunday many call for nato to be disbanded >>> we don't need that kind of alliance we have the united nations and other alliances the money for these wars needs to go to people's needs >>> some veterans through their war medals on the ground as they join the protest, for the end of the war in afghanistan >>> thousands of officers were to control the protest outside inside nato allies announced the want to move troops to a support role a year earlier than expected. >>> by 2013 we expect the afghan forces to take the lead for security across the country >>> u.s. forces will have a combat role through 2014 during a meeting with afghan president president obama's said the transition will be challenging >>> at the loss of life
that the young man is only 14 years old. classmate patrick brown jr. says he will remember raise sense of humor. it can't agree on it is looking for is his watching over us. he is looking down on us and protecting as and watching out for us. and we spoke with the city employee who got a look at some surveillance video in this issue is a lot of people scattering from the park at the time of the fights. that means a lot of people saw what happens in san as a police want them to give the police call. >>> copley somebody will pick up the phone. one day after the may demonstration we're learning about the new police tactics he used to deal the protesters. oakland police made 37 arrests after demonstrators broke windows started fires and trashed trocars. this and streaming video to a command center was the mayor and police chief watch live. officers also used altering vehicles to get around. >>> i thought that our taxes or what we had trained to do it appears the to have worked. city officials call their handling of the protest is success. to the men arrested for throwing bricks into a crowd yester
ford and kraft foods and. at 28 zuckerberg is less than half the age of the average ceo jerry brown releases his revised budget tomorrow. >>> will not face a $16 billion hole not the 9 billion we thought in january >>> the governor blames the deficit on lower tax revenue is as cuts to public safety and education unacceptable. it wants to raise income taxes on the highest earners. >>> between now and november all of us will be aggressive in talking about the importance of the tax measure >>> it could be a hard sell, voters are resistant to increase taxes. republicans have reacted by saying there must be more cuts. first it was time magazine's cover now newsweek has come out with its own cover of its on a photo of president obama under a rainbow hail. with the caption " the first gave president " the article's author and who was openly gay says when elected mr. obama's record on gay-rights you see this is not an aberration a culmination of three years of work. the article compares mr. obama's experience growing up. >>> the president's announcement as bun is on all sides discussing how
brown delivered the bad news the state's budget deficit as well to $16 billion. that is twice the previous estimate of 9 billion in january. don knapp with more. >>> even as the governor gets his tax hike in petitions to state government election officials the tax hike would not be enough and he went public with bad news >>> receipts are coming in lower than expected the federal government and courts have blocked as for making billions the necessary budget reductions, the result we face a $16 billion hole not the 9 billion we thought in january >>> state revenues three and half billion dollar is less than anticipated. the state spent more money than expected. brown blames the federal government blocking cuts. the situation forces and to go to the voters >>> i'm bypassing the gridlock and asking you the people of california to approve a plan that avoids cuts to schools and public safety. >>> wars of more budget problems comes as the governor pushes for the ballot measure that would increase income tax to those with salaries of $350,000 to more along with the sales tax hike >>>
billion and today governor brown revealed his revised budget proposal and it calls for a lot of cuts. >>> is the type of day reckoning will not go and get it out it belies an increased income and sales taxes from a proposed ballot measure to avoid cuts to education and here's where the governor wants the money to come from. he wants to lower medical costs by cutting funding for hospitals and nursing homes. a 7 percent cut in income support of services but governor brown must negotiate the details of any pay cut with the employee and labor unions so how much 25 percent cut in pay impact state workers? sharon sinn crunch the numbers. >>> he reviews applications for the california public utilities commission he makes about $100,000 a year and now with the daughter in college and mortgage to pay he praises for a possible 5% pay cuts. >>> disney will be going into the foreclosure? but it will be and a little bit more difficult meeting friends making meat. his work for the state for 24 years when he started state employment and job security and benefits the private sector envied. >>> a
to talk about with when it comes to the budget after this big announcement from the governor brown yesterday. say the budget deficit is worse than expected twice as a matter of fact the previous estimate of $9 billion back in january. >>> we now expect more cuts for the governor released the details of his revised budget proposal tomorrow. and how plans to close the gap. >>> even as the governor was getting his tax hike petitions to state election officials was warning is that taxes would not be enough the governor went public with the bad news. critter tax receipts are coming and lower-than-expected and the federal government and the courts have blocked us from making billions in necessary budget reductions. the result is that we are now facing a $16 billion whole not the 9 billion we thought in january. >>> state revenues are three and a half billion dollars less than anticipated and the state spent $2.1 million more than they expected the been the federal government and for blocking the cuts as they passed budget gridlock forces him to go to the voters. >>> the cat foe of th
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as a dental, publicly supports same-sex marriage what ms. brown is apologizing for allegedly elite a student. good evening am thinking. in 19 year-old female and vallejo is looking for a roommate but compatibility may be an issue here. she isn't work that a killer whale. at six flags discovery kingdom and the vallejo woman is complaining the park is breaking the law by not providing a companion. to get the rich explains the problem. killer whales in captivity need companionship. >>> is a lot. that is indeed a lot. federal law. >>> it's been almost six months that she is alone. >>> this animal activists started an on-line petition demanding that six flags find the souk of the 19 year-old female or that people make. so far she has 700 signatures. she says the current circumstances are cruel and inhumane. the animal welfare act requires that their social and the while that there are a house with at least one compatible companion. the waste six flags responded in a written statement due to recent compatibility issues ship that and her companion for the last seven years e-mail bottle
a budget gap and last year governor brown borrowed another $1 million the state says it plans to pay back in the dmv says its recently moved remove references about the scholarship fund from its web site. did we want to bring clarity that all the 911 families who applied for scholarships for their children how the received them or are in the process of getting them. did weight since 2002 californians have bought a renewed the specialty license plates when 200,000 times according to the ap reports on the $21,381 has reached the children and spouses of the three dozen california residents killed during the terrorist attacks so the question many californians are asking tonight is where has the money gone. i think it's inappropriate because that money was designated for a certain group of people in this state is essentially stealing that from the families that its bills to go to. and that is an inexcusable think. did we state lawmakers say they were borrowing the money to balance the budget their intention to pay back but for victims' family members some tonight can assured us that there does
and approves everyone from governor brown to the state school superintendent would get less money. salaries from like to officials range from 95,000 to 174,000 the governor proposed a similar cut for state workers. the ship's pilot blamed for the worst oil spill in san francisco bay and two decades is trying to sail the day again the news reports said john corta is trying to renew his mariner's license records show the coast guard denies his most recent request in february could serve 10 months in prison after that he crashed into the bay bridge and dumped more than 50,000 gal. of fuel into the day in 2007. the nato summit is over but day to brought out more protesters. not killing people around the world. this time activists targeted chicago-based boeing day in march to the defense headquarters and parks themselves in front of it. boeing produces aircraft and missiles for the u.s. military a company spokesman says it is unfortunate that protesters think bowling trade war machines. we have a role in protecting our troops protecting the people and that's not something where products. many do
by the state's goals governor brown is expected to be says updated budget plan on monday. >>> other lawmakers say they have a plan to save state parks more than 50 parts are set to close this summer as a way to save money. today democratic senators joseph midian and noreen evans announced a proposal they say would keep the gates open their plan is to shift millions of dollars from existing state accounts like road maintenance and septic system repairs to cover the part costs. senate budget subcommittee will hear the proposal tomorrow. another clean sweep for mayor brahmi cuba won primaries in indiana and north carolina and west virginia. it should push the governor between within 200 delegates officially clinching the gop nomination. and they're now 30 states that ban same-sex marriage. tonight n.c. voters approve the constitutional amendments defining marriage solely as a union between a man and woman. in the days before the votes former president bill clinton recorded phone messages urging voters to reject the amendment meanwhile supporters ran their own ad campaigns and church leaders urge
a year the governor brown to the secretive significant disruption amplexus to investigate. >>> expecting tens of thousands of people to help the gold gate bridge celebrate her 75th birthday today. anniversary event to plant all day long from bridge tours to spectacular fireworks show. considered an engineering mall mob many thought the span could be built including the photographer that what the bridge with his parents back in 1937 when it opened only three years old. " i've been photographed in the bridge for 50 years and i admit it's my favorite subject the cover of three books that have done and never get tired of it. >>> today the big 76 anniversary bash for the bridge will be along the shore between four. and marina green. it closes to foot traffic at 6 and vehicular traffic and nine on the grand fireworks finale starts and 9:30 p.m.. find a list of festivities and video of the bridge in the early days at cbs san francisco. for thousands of bay area volunteers memorial day weekend also began the the call out gate national cemetery. more than 3000 volunteers placed american flags an
porter's ties to the tobacco industry. so governor brown fired her from the committee focused on identifying toxins harmful to fetuses and infants. proposition 29 would add a $1 tax to each pack of cigarettes for cancer research in anti- smoking programs. >> to photograph everyone is talking about and it turns out the mother photographed on the cover of time magazine breast- feeding her four year-old son is from the bay area. in a cbs five exclusive interview we spoke with her parents and they explain this is exactly the way she was raised. >> it was a world wind and it hasn't stopped >> their phones are ringing off the hook, their daughter jamie has become an overnight crusaders >> she has really really gained confidence in herself and what she's doing >> fresh off the press, hurt time magazine cover is getting a second and third look but her parents say it is time that people turn the page. >> the photo is great because of the reason it will bring people to look at what jamie is trying to bring to light and as i said, it has been milked and half. >> the article is about atta
important than health care or reducing the deficit terrell brown cbs news >>> a trip to the amusement park and cut short by a chain reaction crash. children on a school bus hurt. >>> his ridiculous how much trash is out here >>> volunteers set throw mud and one of the bay area's trash hotspots >>> tomorrow is going to be stellar and on the subject of stars the first deep solar eclipses in 17 years and it is passing close to the bay area. all the details and if you minutes. >>> there were headed for thrills but did not expect this danger a school bus taking 200 students to an amusement park and into a chain reaction 7 vehicle pile up one bus slowed for a lane closure the bus behind it slammed into that one causing the chain reaction. crews had to cut one bus driver from the wreckage students were hurt but injuries not serious. another funeral following another tragedy for the kennedy family mary richards and kennedy the wife of robert kennedy jr. a permit to a growing life. robert escorted his mother ethel the couple filed for divorce in 2010 mayors life when into a spiral she battled alcoh
project in sonoma that has been in the works for nine years is all but a done deal governor jerry brown just signed off on a compact allowing the federated it into the indian sub crate manchuria to start work is 65,000 sq. ft. facility outside of the only part the casino will house 3000 slot machines and to table games the tribal chairman says else will also creates thousands of jobs and the portion of its revenue will go directly to the city. a problem after nine years the track has been able to deliver what's it has always promised and that is it business in the compact that will benefit indian and non-indian alike. >>> all that's needed now was an ok from the fed's but that is considered a foregone conclusion. construction on the project could begin as early as mid summer. >>> to sell more than 100 million albums worldwide and was known as the queen of disco. tonight fans are mourning the death of donna summer at the age of 63. gm's reports that she had lung cancer in and of those summer was a highly celebrated artist to raise the garcia tells us she had her share struggles as well
as traditional ones. here's what governor brown said. >>> equality before the law is a pillar of american democracy. the governor went on to say that he applauds president obama's support for the right of same- sex couples to marry. we want to go back to our top story of the evening that there is someone shooting from an apartment building at the corner of the post and hyde street in the lower nominal part of san francisco. police are trying to figure out who this days, and why he is doing this. there is a press conference going on right now let's take a lesson. any concern that the suspect may searching again? >>> right now he's still tactical a lot and blocking the building down. and so far we know that he is still barricaded in his apartment. specialists are on the inner perimeter and they're working to take him down right now. >>> don't have the name right now. >>> have they said anything about maybe it could be the son of a woman? >>> was the premier like right now? as you can see it as a mention before all the streets are locked down as you can see behind me most of the streets
,000 people worldwide. we turn to former mayor willie brown and cnet editor bryan cooley and we ask what kind of economic model is this >> part of what is happening is a changing of the garden technology. hewlett-packard is a tangible technology company. we know what they do. we understand they are eight the company. i would almost argue that facebook is not a tech company. they are a market maker. advertisers want into their network of connections. it is much more amorphous than what hewlett-packard does, which is more stable and tangible >> effect on the economy, hewlett-packard make something, it has a factory. apple make something. but these other things are ideas and they don't necessarily translate into the long term jobs and buildings of the older economy >> how to structure in that possibility for budget purposes because we need some stability on predictability for revenue purposes in order to score in it and you cannot exactly do that when today it is $30 per share and tomorrow as indicated earlier it might be 17 >> what does this say about where we are headed? the transition from co
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